Joe Griffin transfers to Wisconsin

It did not take long but former Springfield Central and Boston College wide receiver Joe Griffin has found a new home. He is transferring to Wisconsin. Griffin made the announcement last night on social media.

Griffin entered the portal on April 12th. After a month of being in the portal, he has found a new home at Wisconsin. 

During his two years at B.C, Griffin had 18 catches for 234 yards and five touchdowns as a freshman and 25 catches for 345 yards and one touchdown as a sophomore. He looked like the heir apparent to Zay Flowers but unfortunately, he could not replicate what he did his freshmen season, last season. 

The 6-foot-3 and 199 pound Griffin has two seasons of eligibility left. He can play two seasons in three years for the Badgers. 

Griffin of course had a storied high school career at Springfield Central where he caught 102 receptions for 1,913 yards – the most in school history. He scored 22 touchdowns.

Griffin will now get a chance to shine in offensive coordinator Phil Longo’s offense at Wisconsin. The same offense in which Drake Maye put up the best numbers of his college career in two years ago at North Carolina.